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Internet Arcade

The Internet Arcade is a web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video games from the 1970s through to the 1990s, emulated in JSMAME, part of the JSMESS software package.



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by Sega
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Columns (World) by Sega (1990) Developed by SEGA Enterprises Ltd. Released 1990 Also For FM Towns, Game Gear, Genesis, Linux, Macintosh, MSX, Nintendo 3DS, PC-88, PC-98, Sharp X68000, SEGA Master System, SNES, Sharp Zaurus, TurboGrafx-16, Wii, Windows Published by SEGA Enterprises Ltd. Perspective Side view Pacing Real-Time Genre Puzzle Gameplay Falling Block Puzzle Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Description Columns is loosely derived from Tetris , as it involves arranging falling blocks in such a...
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Stack Columns (World) by Sega (1994)
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Columns II: The Voyage Through Time (World) by Sega (1990)
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Internet Arcade
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Thunder Cross II (World) by Konami (1991) Developed by Konami Industry Co. Ltd. Released 1991 Platform Arcade Published by Konami Industry Co. Ltd. Perspective Side view Genre Action Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Visual 2D scrolling Description Thunder Cross II is a 2D side-scrolling shoot 'em up game and sequel to Thunder Cross . You once again take control of a spaceship to save the galaxy. As you make progress and fight of various space crafts, static guns, walkers and bosses power-ups come...
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Klax (クラックス Kurakkusu) is a 1989 computer puzzle game designed by Dave Akers and Mark Stephen Pierce. The object is to line up colored blocks into rows of similar colors to make them disappear, to which the object of Columns is similar. Atari Games originally released it as a coin-op follow up to Tetris, about which they were tangled in a legal dispute at the time. Akers programmed Klax in just a few weeks using AmigaBASIC, then ported it line-by-line to C. In a 1990 interview, he...
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